LMU women's beach volleyball maintained its dominance, going 8-0 against the toughest competition in the country thus far this season. The Lions made their on-campus debut, playing on their newly constructed beach volleyball courts.
LMU beach volleyball is gearing up for their 2023 season with new goals, new players and new heights to reach.
Look out, Lions fans — LMU volleyball has a new head coach at the helm. Introducing Trent Kersten, the former UCLA walk-on that aims to keep LMU volleyball competitive.
In their first tournament appearance since 2018, LMU women's volleyball saw its season come to an end with a first-round loss to the University of Oregon.
The LMU women's volleyball team finds itself in the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2018.
As the NCAA women's volleyball regular season winds down, the Lions' team chemistry has given them the drive to contend for a postseason spot.
LMU women’s beach volleyball is the only nationally ranked top 20 team that does not have practice facilities on campus. However, as a new season approaches, the team expects to have a new facility on campus for the upcoming season.